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How to Know If You Should Choose a Corporate Trustee

Planning for how your money and assets will be taken care of after you pass away is not the most pleasant or exciting thing to do.

It requires thinking through situations that can cause feelings of fear and uncertainty. However, it is essential to face and come to terms with those decisions. You must determine what...
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Why Two Heads May Be Better Than One In Estate Planning

We rely on our friends, family, and colleagues to help us through life’s challenges.

The people we trust can also be incredibly important when arranging an estate plan. It is critical to appoint a fiduciary to act on your behalf and carry out your wishes should you become incapacitated or pass away. The fiduciary is legally...
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What to Do When a Loved One Dies Abroad

A loved one dying can be extremely disorienting and sad regardless of the situation.

However, if your loved one dies abroad, traveling in a foreign country, you can expect that both the emotional burden and bureaucratic burden will increase exponentially.

What to Do First

Contact the United States Bureau of Consular Affairs. If foreign local authorities report a...
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Do Video Wills Hold Up in Court?

In the golden age of the smartphone, you’re never far from a camera.

This has made the sharing of videos and photos easier than ever before. Easy access to a quality camera has led many people to wonder: can I make a video will? More importantly, folks are curious about whether such a “will” can hold...
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